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Debi Keir-Nicholson, Art Waves #159

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Debi Keir-Nicholson is the owner & resident artist of Beads of Colour, the tiny store in what used to be the stables of one of Dundas's 19th century hotels. Her passion for beads has taken her all over the world and when you listen to this episode of Art Waves you won't be surprised to learn that she is also a professional storyteller.

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Keywords: precious metal clay; Kate McKinnon; amber; vintage & costume jewelry; seed beads; David Chatt; right angle weave; Huib Peterson; lampwork; Harold Cooney

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